Office Location: Stokes Hall, Room S329
Ph.D., Princeton University, 1985
Fields of Interest
Early modern Europe, especially France; the Reformation; European religious history; history of the book
Professor Reinburg teaches courses on early modern European history, the Reformation, early printed books and their readers, and witch trials in early modern Europe and early America. Her research centers on religious life in early modern France. She recently published a monograph on books of hours and practices of prayer. She is now working on pilgrimage, sacred landscapes, and the bonds linking religion, place, and nature in France, c. 1450-1750.
- French Books of Hours: Making an Archive of Prayer, c. 1400-1600 (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
- Fragmented Devotion: Medieval Objects from the Schnutgen Collection, Cologne, co-edited with Nancy Netzer (2000)
- "Liturgy and the Laity in Late Medieval and Reformation France," Sixteenth Century Journal (1992)
- "Les pèlerins de Notre Dame du Puy," Revue d'Histoire de L'Eglise de France (1989)
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